The Virginia Seminary Catalog is published annually by the Protestant Episcopal Theological Seminary in Virginia (the Virginia Theological Seminary, also known as VTS), which is accredited by the Association of Theological Schools (ATS). To download the catalog, scroll down until you see the "VTS Catalog" box (on the right side of the page), and select the title "2018-19 Course Catalog."
Virginia Theological Seminary Institutional Effectiveness Statement
Master’s Level Programs
According to the ATS Exit surveys, students have consistently reported that they were Satisfied or Very Satisfied with the way the education they had received at Virginia Theological Seminary has enhanced the skills necessary for their future occupations. Some of these areas included the “ability to preach well”, the “ability to use and interpret Scripture” and the “ability to think theologically”.
Students in our Doctor of Ministry program are expected to complete all coursework and the doctoral project thesis within 5 years of enrollment. However, due to the exigencies of ministry, leadership and life of these active professionals, extensions can be offered for up to 3 additional years, thus extending the range as far as 8 years.
Below are calculated completion rates as of August 2015 for students who began the doctoral program in the academic years 2006-07 through 2009-10.
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